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kemo1987

select 3 arrays from 1 text file ?

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Hello

i have a text file with text like that:

122.33..23.243 user: fritz pass: 102

122.73..213.23 user: 102 pass: 102

i want put ip , user and pass in 3 arrays

also i want keep file with no change

ip array

122.33..23.243

122.73..213.23

user array

fritz

102

pass array

102

102

Thanks in advance :D

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Welcome to Autoit and the forum!

I would suggest to use a two-dimensional array (like an Excel sheet: 3 colums per row holding IP, user, password).

If the file isn't too big use _FileReadToArray to read the file into an array. Then loop through the array, use Stringsplit to break the string into pieces and assign the different data items to the array holding the results.


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

little more help plz

this is my code

so i also want keep it as arrays

; Get the files into arrays
#include<Array.au3>
#include <File.au3>
Global $aFile_siplist
_FileReadToArray("siplist.txt", $aFile_siplist)
For $sip In $aFile_siplist
Next
Exit
Edited by kemo1987

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i reach to this need to get two array else > user, pass

txtfile

41.249.251.171|102|102

61.222.93.220|102|102

41.135.128.161|102|pass

=====================

; Get the files into arrays
#include<Array.au3>
#include <File.au3>
Global $aFile_siplist[3]
_FileReadToArray("siplist.txt", $aFile_siplist)
For $sip In $aFile_siplist
$sipp = StringSplit($sip, "|")
$ip = $sipp[1]
;$user = $sipp[2]
;$pass = $sipp[3]
MsgBox(0,"all",$ip) ; this show ip
Next
Exit

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The file is unchanged, because the file is only read, not written to.

Here are the three separate arrays.

#include <Array.au3>
;Local $file = FileRead("siplist.txt")
; or
Local $file = "122.33..23.243 user: fritz pass: 104" & @CRLF & _
        "122.73..213.23 user: 102 pass: 103"

Local $aIpArray = StringRegExp($file, "(?m)^([0-9\.]+)\h*user:", 3)
_ArrayDisplay($aIpArray, "ip Array")

Local $aUserArray = StringRegExp($file, "user:\h*(.+)\h*pass:", 3)
_ArrayDisplay($aUserArray, "User Array")

Local $aPassArray = StringRegExp($file, "(?m)\h*pass:\h*(.+)$", 3)
_ArrayDisplay($aPassArray, "Pass Array")

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@kemo1987,

Why do you think you need 3 distinct 1D arrays?

Wouldn't it be simpler to fill a 2D array with 3 columns? That would make further use easier.


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Thank you very much

Malkey you exactly did what i need.

btw i'm very new in autoit i dont even know 2D array

thanks again :D

Edited by kemo1987

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